A familiar face to film and television audiences, Victor Webster is an established actor with an impressive list of credits. Most recently, he completed a large recurring arc in the second season of The CW’s military fantasy show “Motherland: Fort Salem.” He also starred in “MatchMaker Mysteries: The Art of the Kill,” the third installment of the signature mystery on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries. Most recently for Hallmark, he starred in “The Wedding Veil Legacy” on Hallmark Channel. He spent two seasons on the Netflix/CBC comedy “Workin’ Moms,” playing Mike Bolinski.
Webster discovered his passion for acting when he made his television debut on the NBC daytime drama “Days of Our Lives.” He then segued to the AMC network series “The Lot” and the number one syndicated series “Mutant X.” His growing body of work brought him accolades and spots on various lists of Hollywood notables, including People magazine’s “50 Most Eligible Bachelors.” While it was a fun title and something to talk about at parties, Webster took that moment to hone his craft and play characters that challenged his abilities.
Webster’s commitment paid off with roles opposite acclaimed talents in some of television’s most popular series, including “Sex and the City,” “Castle,” “Bones,” “CSI,” “NCIS,” “Charmed,” “Criminal Minds,” “Melrose Place,” “Paradise Inc.” and “Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce,” to name a few. Webster co-starred as Detective Carlos Fonegra in the acclaimed Syfy series “Continuum,” which ran for four seasons.
Webster is known to Hallmark Channel fans for his roles in “Five Star Christmas,” “Homegrown Christmas,” “Love Blossoms,” “Summer Villa” and “A Harvest Wedding.” He also starred in “Hearts of Winter,” which premiered in January 2020 as part of Hallmark Channel’s popular “Winterfest” programming event.
On the film side, Webster has built a career that spans genres, from romantic comedies to action thrillers. His credits include Bringing Down the House, Must Love Dogs, Surrogates and Why Did I Get Married?, as well as the leading role in the third and fourth installments of The Scorpion King franchise. Webster can also be seen starring in the action-packed thriller Chinese Blockbuster Wings over Everest.
An artist to his core, Webster pursues his passion for photography and martial arts, holding a black belt and undefeated record in tae kwon do, and a black belt in Brazilian jiu jitsu. He is committed to his various charities and life of giving through arts and travel. Although he calls California his home, he hails from Canada and will always be the Canadian Cowboy.